Simpson Spring Coffee Soda - 12oz Glass

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  • Manufactured by: Simpson Spring
A blend of coffee mixed with carbonation leaving behind a soda feel but a coffee taste! Add a little half and half or pour over ice cream! Do you know the feeling of "wishing you had known about something sooner"? Sometimes it could be a drastic, life changing experience, where you look back in time at your ignorance with regret. We can almost prom..
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A blend of coffee mixed with carbonation leaving behind a soda feel but a coffee taste! Add a little half and half or pour over ice cream! Do you know the feeling of "wishing you had known about something sooner"? Sometimes it could be a drastic, life changing experience, where you look back in time at your ignorance with regret. We can almost promise you that this will happen when you try Simpson Spring Coffee Soda.

A classic vintage soda
Handmixed with spring water using the same recipe developed almost 100 years ago
Oldest operational bottling plant in Massachusetts and one of the first soda producers in the world
Sweetened with sugar and/or Dextrose and Fructose
Glass bottles always make the soda taste that much better
12oz Glass Bottle - Sold Each

Simpson Spring Bottling Company
The story began more than 135 years ago with the discovery of a natural, bubbling spring. Since that time, the company has been an adventure in the American dream, flourishing with advances in technology, remaining independent amidst industry consolidation. There are less than 100 independent bottlers left in The United States. The Simpson Spring Company endeavor to keep the spirit of America alive. Simpson Spring of South Easton, Massachusetts is a family owned and operated company that provides pure bottled spring water and all-natural hand-mixed soda in a variety of classic flavors. The Bertarellis believe Simpson Spring to be the country's oldest independent bottler operating continually in the same location. The spring itself dates back to 6000 BC The Wampanoag Indian Tribe lived there until the 1600's when the Small Pox epidemic and King Phillips war destroyed their population.